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- San Francisco Chronicle Andrew S. Ross column
- Rising from the ashes: U-M Medical School Student-Run Free Clinic reopens with funds from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation and community
- Healthcare Workers' Confidence in Economy and Ability to Find New Jobs Soars
- Pro-lifers hail shift in stem cell funding ; Embryonic research starts to fall out of favor [Washington Times (DC)]
- Health Department resumes full-staff operation
- Millennium Pharmacy Systems, Inc. SVP Pharmacy Operations & Chief Compliance Officer Appointed to 2014 Pharmacy Quality Alliance Board
- BRIEF: Nurses and health care workers strike Deaconess and Valley hospitals
- Area Man Earns Doctor Of Pharmacy From Wilkes [Standard - Speaker (PA)]
- Top marks in patient survey [Sentinel, The (Stoke-on-Trent, England)]
- Regence Names New Market Presidents in Washington and Oregon
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News Story of the Day
Updated Dec 04, 04:59 PM
HARTFORD, Conn. - As gunfire boomed over and over in the background, a janitor begged a 911 dispatcher to send help, saying, "There's still shooting going on!
Recordings of 911 calls from last year's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were released Wednesday, and they not only paint a picture of anguish and tension inside the building, they also show Newtown dispatchers mobilizing help, reassuring callers and urging them to take cover.
The gunman, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, shot his way through a plate-glass window at the front of the school on Dec. 14.
Sports Story of the Day
Updated Dec 04, 05:59 PM
PITTSBURGH - Here's another adjective Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin can call his ill-timed two-step onto the field last Thursday night against Baltimore.
The NFL fined Tomlin $100,000 on Wednesday for interfering with Baltimore's Jacoby Jones on a kickoff return in the third quarter of a 22-20 loss to the Ravens on Thanksgiving night.
The fine is the second-highest ever levied by the league on a head coach, behind only the $500,000 the NFL docked New England's Bill Belichick in 2007 for spying on an opponent's defensive signals.
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